School of Public Policy and Leadership News
The School of Public Policy and Leadership employs an interdisciplinary approach to create knowledge and understanding to support effective policy and governance through collaborations of faculty, students, and the greater community.
Current Public Policy and Leadership News
A collection of stories highlighting UNLV faculty and students who made the news in 2019.
The gift recognizes career achievements of UNLV professor Robert E. Lang; public event scheduled for 10:30 a.m. Dec. 12 in Greenspun Hall Auditorium.
Graduate College Alumna of the Year Constance Brooks has served public policy in stints with Clark County, NSHE, and MGM Resorts.
A two-time UNLV alum, Pete Reyes is studying for a third degree while working full time and making indie-electronic albums.
Gloria Flores and her son, Michael, share a stage as they both earn degrees on the same day.
Inaugural symposium highlights need for collaboration across academia, business, and government to secure a prosperous American workforce.
Public Policy and Leadership In The News
The suburban voters who helped Democrats gain seats in Minnesota two years ago might be holding the line again as the presidential election nears.
A new UNLV class is placing students in the middle of crime scenes.
New census bureau statistics are giving us an even clearer picture of just how many Californians are packing up and leaving to make their new home in Nevada.
Long-term economic development in Boulder City now has a road map for the next four years, courtesy of action steps recently approved by City Council.
You can blame inflation, high professor salaries, escalating costs for highly-amenitized dorms, and a host of other factors. Regardless, the consensus is clear: a college degree is only getting more expensive to attain in the U.S.
A mother and her son graduated from University of Nevada, Las Vegas together on Saturday.